Editor's note

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Saturday, 17.04.2021, 06:20

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On the verge of its 25th anniversary, The Baltic Course leaves business media market

On the verge of its 25th anniversary, The Baltic Course leaves business media market

21.12.2020

What an irony of the destiny that in the year of its 25th anniversary an international magazine The Baltic Course is leaving the market of mass media. A website about business and analytical news of Baltic States shall remain in the World Wide Web, but starting from 1 January 2021 it will no longer add new articles. This is a final decision. This is not a bankruptcy, our small firm doesn’t have a single debt, not even to the state.


The Baltics through a “common language” in Interreg

The Baltics through a “common language” in Interreg

03.12.2020

The post-2020 EU’s territorial cooperation programs (known as “Interreg”) provide additional support for projects in the Baltics. With a budget of over € 8 billion, the 6th Interreg’s version will support cooperation between regions, citizens and economic entities in the states territories and maritime regions.


Business and training in post-COVID period

Business and training in post-COVID period

09.11.2020

Labour market needs vocational education and training (VET) as an important instrument in economic and social recovery during post-COVID period. It encourages people of all ages to develop their skills in line with the strategic member states’ digital-green transition.


Towards the Baltic States’ energy security

Towards the Baltic States’ energy security

05.10.2020

Among numerous decisions at the recent summit, some are going to be vital both for the Baltic States’ energy security and a perspective “green” transition.


Post-covid: looking forward

Post-covid: looking forward

08.09.2020

The Covid pandemic sooner or later will come to an end; though the problems not only remaining but even mounting. And while different government’ braches are “fiercely combating” to divide available finances, the elites should “compose” a resilient national economy’s plan.


Working holidays for the Baltic’s decision-makers

Working holidays for the Baltic’s decision-makers

04.08.2020

The EU’s July-summit adopted a budget for 2021-27 and allocated € 750 bn as a “rescue package” for the states. Now the national decision-makers have to work: i.e. to “prove” the Commission that the needed reforms are worth the investment; hard time for this summer…


German Council Presidency in pandemic time

German Council Presidency in pandemic time

02.07.2020

The country’s Council Presidency in the coming six months will be operating under difficult practical conditions created by the pandemic, which have impeded physical meetings and have forced the whole EU’s governing system to change. This time, as never before, it could be called a “virtual Presidency” with new forms of online discussions in forging joint positions.


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